Re: War as the Sacrifice of Sons

>I am analyzing the
>motivations behind the United State's lack of willingness to submit to the
>newly formed International Criminal Court war crimes tribunal. It
>seems to many
>people that the motivation for this refusal to submit to such an international
>court precisely derives from the opposite motivation of your Nazi example.
>Whereas the Nazi's used aggression to overcome weakness, the United States
>refuses to submit its authority because it conceives itself the role of
>superpower/world police person.

I wonder if one of the reasons that the U.S., such as that entity may
be, refuses to submit its authority is due to the (un)conscious
perception in the land of the cowboy of being *perceived* as weak ...

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